Crossword clues for igigi
Igigi was a term used to refer to the gods of heaven in Sumerian mythology. Though sometimes synonymous with the term " Annunaki," in one myth the Igigi were the younger gods who were servants of the Annunaki, until they rebelled and were replaced by the creation of humans.
Igigi was a king of the Akkadian Empire in c. 2128 BC ( short chronology). He was the successor of Shar-Kali-Sharri the first king of Akkad after the collapse Akkadian Empire following the death of Shar-Kali-Sharri. He reigned for about a year before being succeeded by Imi, according to the king list.
Usage examples of "igigi".
Ziusudra was his name, and like the present day Patesi Utu, he had worshipped the Igigi, the three hundred gods of Muspell, rather than dealing with demons from Kur.
Ziusudra was his name, and like the present-day Patesi Utu, he had worshipped the Igigi, the three hundred gods of Muspell, rather than dealing with demons from Kur.
Some said the Igigi had granted him immortality for his actions and that he still lived, far off on an island in the Southern Sea.
The Anunnaki, Igigi, and the Younger Gods Ellil (Enlil) - Sumerian for "wind/storm-god".
The sky Anunnaki set the Igigi to digging out the rivers Igigi - gods (mostly of the heavens) They are given the task of digging riverbeds by the Anunnaki.